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  • Fresonibus igitur tributum daturis mos erat singulos nummos in hujus _scuti cavum_ conjicere, e quibus eos duntaxat in censum regium ratio computantis eligeret, qui eminus exatoris aures clarioris soni crepitaculo perstrinxissent quo evenit, ut id solum æs quæstor in fiscum supputando colligeret, cujus casum remotiore auris indicio persensisset, cujus vero obscurior sonus citra computantis defuisset auditum, recipiebatur quidem in fiscum (!!!), sed nullum summæ præstabat augmentum.

    Notes and Queries, Number 51, October 19, 1850

  • [Footnote 388: 'Antiqui Barbari qui Romanis mulieribus elegerint nuptiali foedere sociari, quolibet titulo praedia quaesiverint, fiscum possessi cespitis persolvere, ac super indictitiis oneribus parere cogantur.'] '(5) Judges are to visit each town (municipium) once in the year, and are not entitled to claim from such towns more than three days' maintenance.

    The Letters of Cassiodorus Being A Condensed Translation Of The Variae Epistolae Of Magnus Aurelius Cassiodorus Senator

  • However, due to an oversight the necessary amendment was not made to pagagraph (b) of section 22 (3) of the Act. "As this section, as it now reads, may lead to some doubt as to the intention of the legislator, the contra fiscum rule of the interpretation of statutes should be followed.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Manichaeos Montanosque capitali puniri sententia juberent, eorumque libros, quocunque in loco inventi essent, flammis tradi; quod siquis uspiam eosdem occultasse deprehenderetur, hunc eundem mortis poenae addici, ejusque bona in fiscum inferri, (Petr.

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

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